The works of Kathrym Bigelow and Steven Spielberg are set to shine in this year's edition of the New York Film Critics Circle Awards.
Spielberg's latest film, Lincoln, which casts Daniel Day-Lewis in the role of America's 16th president, earned the leading actor with this year's best actor award. Spielberg's film also takes home the award for best screenplay and best supporting actress for the work of Sally Field.
Another star at the event is Kathryn Bigelow who is set to receive the best Director award for the film Zero Dark Thirty, based on the 10-year hunt for Osama bin Laden.
Other winners include Tim Burton for best animated feature with his movie Frankenweenie and Austrian director Michael Hanake who will be given the best foreign language film award for Amour.
With the Academy Awards ceremony just around the corner, Bigelow's film is now considered to be one of the front-runners for this awards season.
Founded in 1935, the New York Film Critics Circle is composed of film critics working for daily or weekly newspapers and magazines. The Circle gives special awards to individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to the art of cinema.
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